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All of the custom-built and modified electric scooters, electric mopeds, electric bikes, electric three wheelers, electric go-karts, electric beach wagons, and electric beach carts on this page were made by or modified by our customers.

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Custom Electric Mini Bike Project
Electric Scooter Parts made this project possible. I used a standard classic mini bike frame modified for a 48 volt, 1000 watt motor purchased from ESP. I made some custom #35 sprockets to fit the motor shaft that would match up to standard #35 Go-Kart chain and wheel sprockets. I made a battery box to house four 12 Volt-15 AH batteries, ports, controller, switches and gauges. The aluminum rims are standard “Tri-Star” Go-Kart wheels—5” front and 6” rear. The chain guard and side air scoop were both made from 4” PVC fittings. The scoop forces air through the motor side vents and helps keep it a little cooler on long rides. Most of the electrical components were purchased from Electric Scooter Parts—the motor, controller, throttle, headlights, batteries, charger and charging ports. The 1000 Watt (3000 RPM) motor gives the bike plenty of power and speed. It easily does about 23 MPH with the 4.8 to 1 gearing I used. I don’t know what the range is but the bike runs for hours on a full charge. I’ve since started more projects using Electric Scooter Parts as my main supplier. Great merchandise and great service. Thanks guys.


1/8 Scale Locomotive Wrecker Project
1/8 scale locomotive wrecker weighing 850 pounds is powered by two 450 Watt MOT-24450 motors into a SPD-241000 controller. Engineering drawings took me 9-12 months. Drive system was a LOT easier thanks to ESP helpful personnel. I recommend ElectricScooterParts.com EVERY chance I get!! Thank you!




Modified Razor EcoSmart Electric Scooter Project
My Custom EcoSmart has a 52v upgrade pushing a 1000 Watt motor equipped with cooling fan. The speed controller is a 1000 watt throttle/ controller combo and the batteries have been upgraded to 12v10ah cells. The scooter features a permanent hidden GPS tracking system with 10 year battery located inside the frame and alerts through my cell phone. The tracker has motion sensing and real time Satellite location in case its stolen. 3000 lumen headlamp, 1000 lumen tail light with wireless alarm also with motion sensor controlled with key fob and very loud siren. Tires have been upgrade to 16x2.50 and sprockets and chain upgraded to 8mm. Gearing is upped one step higher at motor sprocket. Under seat features green neon light as well as green under tray LED lighting. Wheel bearings, steering bearing upgraded with Haro Pro 16'' BMX bicycle bearings. Digital voltmeter and phone cradle mounted on handlebars. Sound comes from a Dodocool Bluetooth speaker that connects to my phone and blasts my Spotify music while riding. Haro Pro BMX Brake Cables do the stopping and the entire scooter was painted 2015 House of Kolor Mopar Sublime Lime and clear coated. The scooters top speed is 31 mph and it will go about 16 miles on a charge. Hills are no problem with the massive 1000watt motor and stopping is instant with the dual brakes. Weight is 64lbs and noise is practically none at all. I built 3 of these scooters one for me one for my wife and another for my 26yo daughter. These scooters grab a ton of attention when we have them out and were fantastic fun to build. ElectricScooterParts supplied all the upgrades and all the knowledge on how to make this project a success. They deserve 110% of my business and my appreciation..



Custom Built "Mini Racer" Electric Go Kart Project
The kit you put together for my "mini racer" worked perfectly right out the box. I could not be more pleased with the components you chose. The performance is better than expected and everything fit and connected perfectly!

This custom electric go kart was made from our kit item # KIT-138.




Vintage Auranthetic Electric Mini Bike Project
I picked up this Auranthetic "motorcycle" off Craigslist for $75 awhile back. It was a rusty mess with a burned motor and barely any salvageable electric parts. I converted it to 48 Volts using golf cart type batteries. ElectricScooterParts.com helped me out choosing a new 1000 Watt motor and controller. I made up an ugly but functional motor mount, cleaned the bike up a bit, build a new wiring harness, put new rear shocks and new brake shoes and she's back up and whirring around. Registered as a moped in California. I haven't exactly determined the range yet and I may play around with battery and charger set ups depending on how much I end up using it.

The parts used to complete this Auranthetic electric mini bike project
are available as our kit item # KIT-AURANTHETIC-1.



Electric Go-Kart Project
This was a go-kart frame kit. We decided on electric instead of gas. Fun to build and thanks to electric scooter parts for the complete KIT-137-C. I might change the rear sprocket to make it a rocket. From 72 to a 66 tooth.

The parts used to electrify this go-kart project
are available as our kit item # KIT-137-C.



Modified Razor Dirt Quad Electric ATV Project
Modified Razor Quad ATV project. Upgraded to 36 Volt with custom battery tray and 36V controller. Added more aggressive tires and wheel spacers. Also upgraded to a new 36 Volt 500 Watt motor with custom motor mount bracket and gearing.



Modified Dune Buggy Electric Mini Go-Kart Project
36 Volt 800 Watt motor. 36 Volt battery pack made from three 12 Volt batteries to power the motor, and one single 12 Volt battery to power the lights and accessories. Bluetooth speakers not shown, but will be installed when they arrive. Frame surrounded with Plexiglas and padding. Custom-made memory foam seat. Main On/Off switch with two separate charging ports to the 36 Volt battery pack and individual 12 Volt battery.





Razor MX650 Upgrade Modification Projectt
Blue bike was Originally an Razor MX650. I upgraded motor from a stock 650 Watt to a 750 Watt. I also upgraded batteries from the stock 3 12 volt/12ah (36v total) to 4 12 volt/15ah (48v total). I then upgraded controller to 48 volt controller in order to accommodate the 4 batteries. Next upgrade not required but I decided to upgrade throttle to a full turn throttle just like a real motor bike. Finally I upgraded the shocks to accommodate my 220lb weight and to handle speed and off road hills and bumps. Added finishing touches by painting and adding mototecross decal vinyl stickers along with hand guards. The red bike was a MX500; I only upgraded motor to 650 watt which I removed from other bike. I Plan on doing same upgrades next on red bike as I’ve done to blue. LOTS of fun racing with my son and upgrades were self explanatory and pretty much swap old parts with new ones. Only maneuvering was with 4th battery. I looked up video on YouTube on how to add extra battery and still able to use original cover.


Mini Big Rig Tractor Toolbox Projecttt
Mini Truck tractor toolbox, started with two 250 Watt 24 Volt motors. 11 tooth and 72 tooth sprockets and E300 Razor controller. Now it has been upgraded to 36 volt 800 watt controller single overvolted 24 volt 350 watt Currie motor with 15 teeth and a 3 wire foot throttle. A 4 inch amplified subwoofer is installed in the nose. I will get a 800 Watt motor from Electric Scooter Parts later per their recommendations.



Modified Electric Power Wheels Team Racing Project
This heavily-modified electric Power Wheels car took the first place prize in the 2nd annual Power Wheels Racing Series at the 2010 Maker Faire in Detroit, Michigan.

The champion of the race, car #3, was built by the hackers from the maker space group i3detroit in Detroit, Michigan.

This project began it's life as a discarded broken-down child's toy and was upgraded with a 500 Watt, 24 Volt DC electric motor and a variable speed controller which were purchased from the online scooter parts store ElectricScooterParts.com. Car #3 ultimately took first place from a field of 10 teams from across the Midwest.

http://i3detroit.com/power-wheels-racing-is-a-crowd-pleaser
http://powerracingseries.org



High School Student Places First In Science And Engineering Competition
"In his search for a cool engineering project, West High senior Dan Masquelier combined a scooter and lawnmower parts, some batteries, an electric motor and his dad's shop stool."

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The DaxMobile 3-Wheel Electric Scooter Project
My 2006 summer science project was this electric powered vehicle, which I call the "DAXMOBILE". It has two batteries (24 Volts) and a Kollmorgan 400 Watt brushless DC motor purchased from ElectricScooterParts.com. It has a welded steel frame and can travel at about 10 MPH. My dad and I built this together. - Dax (age 8)


Electric Go-Kart Project
This is a go kart I built for my daughter Desteny. We just recently upgraded it from a MY1016 24V 350W motor to a 24V 650W motor. It zips right along. Check it out.


Recumbent Electric Bicycle Project
I put an electric motor on front wheel of a Sun Recumbent Bicycle. Required building a new fork and mounting a Plate to hold the motor. A 70 cell Li-ion battery in rear bag. Bike can go about 100 miles as power assist, or 25 with it's power. I used the MOT-24450G motor with a 16 tooth freewheel on a 20" BMX bike front wheel. That gives a 18 MPH top speed, and the torque at 30 Amp to climb a 20% grade.



Modified Dune Buggy Project
Razor dune buggy modified to 60 Volts with batteries, motor, controller and throttle. Also replaced stock tires and wheels with larger combo. Buggy hits 40 MPH.




Custom-Made Wooden Electric Scooter Project
I made this scooter for my teenage son from a snowboard, a kids bike with 12" wheels and some pretty basic carpentry for frame and "neck." Electric Scooter Parts helped me choose a 500w 24v brushed motor and a PWM controller with thumb throttle. I added a brake lever with electric switch motor cutout for extra safety. Under the "hood" or under the deck I have two 12 Volt 7 Ah sealed lead acid batteries for some old tech fun. For my drive train I eventually chose scooter chain and sprockets (#25) and a 11/47 reduction to get an actual and theoretical top speed of 20 mph on the flat. I intend to add led head and tail lights and some programmable ones underneath for a UFO look. That will make it a lot safer at night too. Thanks to ElectricScooterParts.com for all of their patient and expert support as I found my way through wiring, and drive train issues! When people stop me on the street I'm quick to sing your praises.



Modified Razor E300 Electric Scooter Project
My upgraded E300 - custom fabricated battery box made from 1/8" aluminum fully welded and custom aluminum foot deck 36V 1000W controller using three 12V SLA batteries (for now). New motor coming soon.





Pedal Car to Electric Go-Kart Project
Utilized a donor pedal car to create this electric go kart for my son. Fits 8 to 12 yrs old. Utilized the 24V 250W kit which was a charm to put together. Kids dreams come true. 2 cool days in the garage putting this together with my son. Next step will be to work on the looks! Patrick, Canada


Modified 350 Watt Electric Scooter Project
Modified e-scooter with 48V 20AH Lithium-ion battery pack and 350 Watts BLDC motor.


Electric Chopper Bicycle Project
Electric Schwinn Stingray by Orange County Customs. I put some sting to it by adding 500W 24V motor and controller and 7 speed rear hub, extended the front fork 10", put a smaller tire in front, raised the seat, monkey bars, old school. Hope you like it. Nor Cal, Ron



Electric Chopper Bicycle Project
Custom Rat Rod "e" trike. four 12V batteries, motor, controller, go cart differental axle, disc brake, schwinn stingray rear tires, springer fork, lot of fun. Nor Cal, Ron



Electric Rhoades Car Project
This is a project for a handicapped person who cannot pedal. We chose a Quadracycle for stability, as he would be quite challenged to get up, right the vehicle and get going again if it tipped over, as tricycles are apt to do. It features a Rowing Action Drive propulsion system, and it moves the vehicle forward when Pulling the Rowing? Steering Bar, or when Pushing it. The Rowing/Steering bar has heavy duty scooter brake cable actuated steering.... so you can steer while rowing, or just use the thumb throttle and relax between strokes. It has disc brakes, too. And that is a very comfortable well padded seat, and a large basket.



Razor Electric Scooter Modified to Mobility Scooter Projectt
Build a mobility scooter like I did for my wife, and friends. Modify a Razor Scooter. Use a Electric Scooter Parts SPR-2580 80 tooth sprocket to reduce speed and increase hill climbing torque. For about $500 I was able to build this for my wife.


Modified Electric Scooter Project
Built from an old SunL scooter frame and parts. It's run's on a large 12 Volt battery. It's used for cruising Swap Meets.



Walk Behind Electric Cart for Remote Cabin Project
I have a remote cabin that is up a gradual hill, 200 feet from the shoreline. I have modified a Gamecart to carry coolers, water, and propane tanks using a 450W motor (MOT-24450G), a YK31C controller (SPD-24500B), and thumb control. Works great, but a little too fast. I was unable to get the gear ratio that I wanted. I had to settle for a 13 tooth freewheel and a 72 tooth weld-on sprocket (5.5 to 1). First on-site test will take place in May. Video to follow. Thanks to ElectricScooterParts the project was easy to complete.






Electric Beach Cart Project
All terrain electric beach cart built using electricscooterparts.com motor kit. Carries up to 400 lbs and can travel at up to 6 mph for 5 miles.



Electric Mini Chopper Projectt
Started out as a NEXT bike, Razor, and a Freedom scooter now the mini chopper is ready top speed of around 15 MPH with the 24 Volt system setup.



Modified Electric Kick Scooter Project
Stingray kick scooter (non-electric) to custom 1000W 24V/36V lowrider, pocket bike rear wheel ,custom seat arrangement. Downside; no speed controller yet, only on or off with thumb switch. Also I would like to have a free wheel sprocket for the rear wheel, and possibly a multi sprocket ten-speed system for the versatility with inclines and top speed.

Electric Top Fuel Racing Go-Kart Project
24 Volt top fuel rail racing go-kart project.


Electric Scooter Conversion Project
I was tired of gas scooters so I built this electric scooter from scrap. It has a 500 Watt 24 Volt motor, two 12 Volt 20Ah batteries, and a 500 Watt speed controller. I weight 235lbs and my top speed is 22mph on the flats. My younger brother weighs 110lbs and his top speed was 27mph. Overall I am very happy with this electric scooter.


Electric BMX Bike Project
250 Watts Motor (geared 550RPM))
12 Volt 12 Ah SLA Batteries x2 (24V 12Ah)
20" Wheels (16 tooth coaster)
Digital Volt meter and Amp meter
LED headlight, taillight and speedometer back-light.


Electric Moped Conversion Project
For my Senior project in high school, I decided to convert a gas-powered moped into an electric moped. It has a top speed of about 23 mph since I used your 48 Volt, 1000 Watt electric motor. Other parts that I purchased from this site for this project are a speed controller, a 48 Volt 2.5 amp battery charger, a hall-effect twist throttle, a 4 wire key switch, and 3 gears/sprockets. This electric moped has working headlights, brake lights, turn signals, and horn. Thanks for the great parts at a perfect price!



Miniature Electric Locomotive Project
I custom-built this locomotive using two 500 Watt electric bicycle motors along with a 500 Watt speed controller and twist throttle. The motors and other electrical components cost a fraction of what they would have from other suppliers! I am looking forward to my next project and ElectricScooterParts.com will make it possible.




Electric Scooter Conversion Project
Here is my custom electric scooter project. It is custom-built from a 20" BMX bicycle, 1/2"x1/2" square steel tubing, 1 mm thick aluminum plate, and an inexpensive Chinese-made electric scooter rear end.

This electric scooter is powered by a 36 Volt 750 Watt DC motor which is running on 48 Volts! It has a top speed of 24 miles per hours and it is very ergonomic and comfortable to ride..

I purchased most of the parts that I needed to complete this project right here on this website.





Electric Bicycle Conversion Project
My custom-built electric bicycle project uses a powerful 48 Volt battery pack and 600 Watt hub motor which is built directly into the front wheel. The battery pack is mounted mid-frame for optimal balance and weight distribution.

Zipping around Detroit, Michigan USA is so much fun on this bike!

I build electric bicycles for other people too and have made replicas of this bike for several people. Most of the electrical components on this electric bicycle project were purchased on this site.





Electric Drag Bike Project
This is my custom-built electric drag racing bike. It is powered by a 60 Volt, 1000 Watt electric motor and a variable speed controller and throttle which I purchased from ElectricScooterParts.com. It has a large 60 Volt battery pack consisting of five 12 Volt sealed lead-acid batteries.

Before fabrication began on this electric drag bike I first drafted a complete set of plans for it on computer with a 3D computer automated drafting (CAD) program.

The top image is a computer generated 3 dimensional picture of what the electric drag bike will look like after its fabrication has been completed.

I intend to bring this bike to Desert Thunder Raceway in Midland, Texas this December for further testing and time trials.




Electric Go Kart Conversion Project
I converted this go-kart from gas motor power to electric motor power.

It uses two 12 Volt, 18 Ah sealed lead-acid batteries and a 24 Volt, 500 Watt electric motor, along with a variable speed controller and throttle.

This electric go kart has a top speed of over 12 mph and due to its low center of gravity it has superb handling characteristics which makes it a lot of fun to ride.




3-Wheel Electric Scooter Project
I call this the Ferris 3-wheel electric scooter. I have been retired for 3 years and needed a hobby. My electric 3-wheel scooter is built with electric bike and scooter parts.

This bike uses two Kollmorgan 24 Volt, 400 Watt brushless DC electric motors and a Magura 5k ohm twist throttle. The shortened 6" handlebars are from an old Schwinn Beach Cruiser and the frame is from a Lil Kids tricycle. The rear forks, wheels and 20" tires are off a Schwinn Stingray chopper bicycle. The motor sprocket is 11 tooth for #25 chain. The rear wheel sprocket is a 65 tooth. It is powered by two 12 Volt electric scooter batteries.



Electric Recumbent Bike Project
I live 3.6 miles from work with some hills, and can wear my work clothes, as I do not work up a sweat! I go up hills at 19 - 20 MPH instead of 7 MPH, which is a lot less demoralizing! The motor, throttle, chain and sprockets are from ElectricScooterParts.com.


Electric Three Wheel Mini Car Project
This is my custom-made electric mini car project. It rides 2 people comfortably. This custom-made electric vehicle has three wheels and a five speed chain to rear wheel cluster manual transmission with a handlebar shifter. It has a top speed of around 22 miles per hour. This vehicle is powered by an ElectricScooterParts.com 36 Volt, 750 Watt electric motor, a Magura twist throttle, and three large deep-cycle sealed lead-acid batteries.



Electric BMX Bicycle Project
This is my custom-made electric BMX bicycle.

This electric bicycle uses a mid-frame mounted LiFePO4 battery pack. The crankset and pedals have been removed to make room for the large electric motor.

Many of the parts that I used to complete this electric bicycle project were purchased from ElectricScooterParts.com.



University Freshman Electric Scooter Project
This 2-wheel electric scooter was made from a full suspension push scooter. The aluminum brackets used to fabricate this scooter were CAD designed and CNC machined. All of the electrical components used to create this scooter were purchased from ElectricScooterParts.com.


University Senior Electric Scooter Project
This custom 3-wheel scooter uses two of our Redmond 24 Volt DC motors to drive it's front hub-less design wheels. Some of the more advanced methods of fabrication incorporated into this project are: CAD designing, CNC machining, and the lost foam casting method for the aluminum control handles.
View image of spoke-less wheel.
View side image of scooter.



Electric Big Wheel (EBW) Electric Go-Karts
These hand built electric 3-wheel go-karts are powerful enough to spin doughnuts (in circles) on dry pavement. The builder of these carts has future plans of building an Electric Big Wheel mini-bike. These electric go-karts are made in Canada and many of the parts used to create these 3-wheelers were purchased from ElectricScooterParts.com. 



Wooden Electric Go-Kart Project
A Go Kart made from scratch: It was made for my 9 yr old grand daughter with lots of help from her. It's top speed is about 5 mph as predicted by the "top speed calculator.." on the "repair help" page. My kit (KIT-139) had everything needed including a lit on-off switch, reverse toggle switch, a geared motor and sprockets, etc, etc. It worked great right out of the box with excellent help from Electric Scooter Parts!


Electric Mountain Bike Projectt
Custom made electric mountain bike. This electric bicycle uses our Curtis 1505 speed controller and Magura 5k Ohm twist throttle. Many of the parts used to make this electric bicycle were purchased from ElectricScooterParts.com.


3-Wheel Electric Moped Project
Custom made 3-wheel electric moped. This electric moped uses our Magura 5k Ohm twist throttle. Many of the parts used to make this electric moped were purchased from ElectricScooterParts.com.



Custom-Made Limo Electric Scooter
Deafscooter's Custom Made Three Person LimoScooter “Lime 3 Persons LimoScooter” Has 15,000 Watts Total (both wheel driven), 15 years old DryCell Batteries Packs , Top Speed 55mph with Carry Three Persons !! , ((((( We Don't use any Lithium batteries packs !! )))) ==/// in CicLAvia Bike Event Day === >> LTA Police approve my electric scooter is Fully Legal to ride on CicLAvia event any time and every thing Thumb up from many Bike and other LTA Police too ===



40% Scale Dalek R/C Project
40% scale Special Weapons Dalek R/C toy.

Runs off of two brushless DC motors, driven by two 36/48v brushless controllers. Here's just the base, without the model: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksZBIBJUwx0



Modified and Upgraded Currie Electric Scooter
This Currie electric scooter was upgraded with our Item # MAG-007 custom mag rims with 12-1/2x2.5 heavy-duty tires and tubes,  AWI 5k Ohm thumb throttle, and heavy-duty front V-brakes. Many of the parts used to upgrade this electric scooter were purchased from ElectricScooterParts.com.


Electric Powered Ride-On Train
This ride-on electric powered mini-train uses our Curtis 1505 variable speed controllers and Redmond 24 volt 400 watt DC motors. Many of the parts used to build this electric powered train were purchased from ElectricScooterParts.com.


48 Volt 1800 Watt Electric Bike Project
This is my no pedal electric bike. It has a 48 Volt 1800 Watt brushless electric scooter motor. I am using motorized bicycle parts for the rear gear for 415 chain with a 4 to 1 ratio 11 teeth on the motor and 44 for the rear sprocket. It goes about 30 MPH with my 290 lbs on it. I have gone about 100 miles at this point.

Message from ElectricScooterParts.com technical support: The 4 to 1 gear ratio is too high for the 24" mountain bike wheel and provides a 78 MPH top speed gearing which is more than twice as fast as the 1800 Watt motor has the power to deliver. For significantly faster acceleration and better hill climbing plus a normal motor and controller lifespan we recommend regearing this bike for a top speed of around 30 MPH. Sprocket sizes for a top speed of around 30 MPH can be determined using our online Motor and Gear Ratio Calculator and custom sprockets can be ordered from our Custom-Made Sprockets page.



Modified Powerwheels Upgrade Project
24V variable throttle powerwheels, pedal controlled "powerlock" brakes, 24V led lighting, diagnostics, 12V car audio/video & Bluetooth connectivity.


36 Volt 800 Watt Electric Mini Bike Project
DIY 36 Volt 800 Watt E-Scooter. Top speed ~22MPH. Charger port. Frame purchased from tag sale. Three 12V 10Ah Batteries. 800W electric motor. Speed controller. Throttle with power meter. 25# Chain.  47 tooth sprocket. Zip-ties and miscellaneous parts and tools found on hand. 1 month build time. Fun to ride scooter/mini bike, plenty of torque to move around with, frame is super light with good tires and handles pretty well. Overall super satisfied with the final product.


Modified Razor Crazy Cart Project
Razor Crazy Cart modified with a 1000 Watt Currie electric motor running on a 20ah battery at 36 volts. Has a mini cooper shell from a kids powerwheels. Still working on the seat open to suggestions.


Modified Electric Chopper Bicycle Project
Its a RAW style G-Bike. Added and extra 12v battery mounted just under the seat, runs the headlight and taillights. Custom parts off an old Harley. Set up to even run turn signals, just haven't wired that yet. Still looking at upgrading a little more. Get more power and distance and a few more custom parts to put on.


Modified X-Treme X500 Electric Scooter
Extreme X500 36 Volt electric scooter converted to Lithium Ion batteries restoration project. Added lights later and it off roads pretty good.


Modified Zappy Original Electric Scooter
Zappy modified to reach speed of 27 mph on flat road. Twist throttle 36 Volt 9Ah battery pack 24V 500 Watt speed controller and original Zap motor. Also if anyone know the specs of this motor let me know thanks.

Message from ElectricScooterParts.com technical support: The Zappy Original electric scooter has a 12 Volt 200 Watt motor.



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